Republicans leaders on Sunday bashed President Obama's revamped counter-terrorism strategy, saying his plan to end the war on terror is "disturbing" and signals a retreat as Al Qaeda and affiliate terror groups remain dangerous and a continuing threat to homeland security.
A top Senate Republican on Sunday called for a special or independent counsel to investigate the Justice Department tracking the phone calls of a Fox News reporter, saying Attorney General Eric Holder was too involved in the process to be objective.
A man charged in the brazen abduction and brutal captivity of a New York City businessman says he "made a mistake" but he's "not a criminal." Eduardo Moncayo makes those remarks in a jail interview published Sunday by the Daily News (http://nydn.us/Z8rDaz).
An anti-terrorism police official in Kenya says one of the suspects who killed a British soldier on a London street in a savage attack was arrested in November 2010 near the East African country's border with Somalia.